One Unit Cube is left.

It is Lion’s turn again and he tosses a head, so he has to take one Unit Cube off his board, but there isn’t one. So he trades the Long for two Unit Cubes. Then he takes one Unit Cube off his board.

Lion loses! Tiger cleared his board on his turn.

It is Tiger’s turn and he tosses a head, so he has to take two Unit Cubes off his board. Since there is only one, he trades the Long for three Unit Cubes. Then he takes two Unit Cubes off his board.

It is Tiger’s turn again and he tosses a tail, so he has to take three Unit Cubes off his board. Since there are only two, he trades a Flat for three Longs. Then he trades one of the Longs for three Unit Cubes. Then he takes three Unit Cubes off his board.

Two Flats and two Unit Cubes are left.

Now that they have played a while, Tiger has two Flats, one Long, and one Unit Cube left on his board. Lets see if he wins.

Three Land Example

Imagine another Fair Trades DOWN penny game between Lion and Tiger, this time in Three Land. As before, when they started, each of them had one of each block on their activity board as shown below. NOTE: To speed up the game, they made a head a two and a tail a three.

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